Culpeper is known for its fresh vegetables and healthy food, and as a fine dining facility Foti's Restaurant does not disappoint. It serves up food that is billed as coming straight from the farm to the table, and the taste is certainly reflective of that claim. Head over there to have your favorite dish, such as glazed pork chops, fresh salads or homemade soups daily. Foti's Restaurant has a diverse menu that will appeal to nearly anyone.
You will also love the craft beers at Foti's Restaurant. There are quite a few choices, so choose this place for your next after work gathering, order up a few appetizers and then leave more than satisfied.
I had high expectations, having read that the owner was a former chef at The Inn at Little Washington. I saw no evidence of that. My steak was just ok, the cake was dry and the salad was very boring.
Had a lovely evening with friends at Fotis. The service is impeccable and the food excellent. We had the poached pear and fish and chips appetizers. Lovely presentation and a nice light start to the meal. The chicken pot pie had a delicious herby sauce and flaky crust. The bronzini (fish) special was cooked to perfection, really yummy. Ended the meal with flan and bread pudding. Both good but I would highly recommend the flan. Fotis is always a consistently great experience.
Go! You Will Not Regret Your Decision! Outstanding food, presentation, and service! Disregard the complaints about prices.
Our trip from Fredericksburg to Culpeper to try Foti's Restaurant was worth the effort. The ambience is truly romantic. The choices for the three course meal were diverse and appetizing. The host and assisting staff were very professional and attentive. Recommend this restaurant for a special occasion.
1st visit: Valentine's 2013 while staying in McGayhesville area on holiday (1hr drive). We were pleased with the food, the ambiance and the service; however, there were only a few other occupied tables. The chef even had a moment to come out and greet us and all remaining guests; which was nice.
2nd visit: Valentine's Day 2014 we returned with another couple, but we were disappointed: 1) had to wait 30 minutes to be seated, although booked a month in advance & showed on time. 2) website's menu represented that Valentine's Day there would be optional pre-fixe menu in addition to the standard menu, but only pre-fixe was available when we arrived. 3) server said she would summon the mgr to discuss issue; mgr did not show at table.
Second time visiting this restaurant, it's always been excellent. We had the soup, the snails, and the duck breast which we shared. The snails were prepared different then we expected, but still excellent. The duck breast was absolutely awesome and delish. The owners are very friendly and attentive our particular server was ok. We would recommend the place again.
arranged to dine on new years eve and choices were very limited. nonetheless we found options that were suitable but seemed exorbitantly priced for what we got. very unusual flavors that made for some positive comments, but again too pricey for what was served
Better than almost any restaurant in DC, without taking into account the price, which makes it a spectacular bargain. Compared to the almost always excellent, but pretentious and extremely expensive Inn ai Little Washington, Foti's is a far better choice: food as good and price is incomparably better.
Have eaten here multiple times, never disappointed.
A little pricey, but great food and amazing service. An excellent choice for our Thanksgiving meal.